How to make chai
How do you like your chai?
Sweet on a milky chai? Our classic T2 Chai sings with all the notes of a classic Indian masala chai. Best slurped with plenty of milk and honey.Top picks
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Ibrik Hammered Chai Pot
Make for one or enough to share, this ceramic pot will simmer your chai to perfection.
This little tool measures a controlled amount of tea for consistently perfect cuppas.
T2 Teaset Glass Cup & Saucer
The ultimate classic for easy everyday drinking with the added marvel of seeing the brewed tea’s pretty colours.
T2 Leaf Strainer
Made of quality stainless steel with a silicone handle grip, this is an easy to use tool for loose leaf tea lovers.
T2 Honey Dipper
Made from bamboo fibre, this honey dipper will complete your kit and add just the right amount of sweetness.
T2 Chai Infuser
This handmade and intricately designed stainless steel infuser features all the whimsical decorations you need for your next spicy sip!
Go Go Goa Portuguese Tarts
Laced with all the vanilla spiced flavours from our Go Go Goa, load up on sweet goodness with these chai-spiced Portuguese tarts!
Chai cookies are a delicious morning treat when dunked in a cup of hot, fragrant T2 chai.
Choc Chip Chai Bread
This chocolatey chai loaf is decadently sweet from the dates with a delicate spiced edge.
Pumpkin Chai Latte
Nothing says winter like chai, and with a little pumpkin thrown in the mix, you’ll never want those chilly nights to end!
Spiced Banana Chai
We’ve combined two of our favourite winter treats for this devilish banana tea-infused chai.
A closer look at chai ingredients
Traditionally, masala chai consists of a black tea base and a few core spices. A closer look at each ingredient lets us in on what each one brings to the pot.
Cardamon is an ancient herb that’s seriously fragrant with sharp vegetal notes of green spice and pepper, providing the perfect base for any chai to build on.
Cinnamon gives chai its sweetness and warmth, with its naturally sweet flavours providing a robust full-body taste without any bitterness or astringency.
Fennel adds an anise flavour and can be found in India, Europe, Middle-East and China, while fennel seeds are typically harvested when their heads turn light brown.
Milk and Sweetener
Milk and sweetener help to bring out spice’s natural flavour. Simmering highlights the milk’s inherent sweetness, while honey is often used to make the brew a little more palatable, according to your taste.
Star Anise brings a dark liquorice and sweetness to the mix.
Ginger brings a strong, perky tone to any chai mix. Hailing from the same family as turmeric and cardamon, it’s also known to be a great digestive aid.
Cloves leverage even more aromatic flavour into chai.